Apex Apex'i N1 Universal Muffler Chevy Aveo 1.6L Month Later
Here is my Apex Exhaust roughly 1 month after installation. The tone has mellowed out a bit and it got a bit more quiet. It does not have quite as sputtery of a tone as it did the first week or so which is a good thing. For anyone that did not see my other video check it out. From the rear muffler forward it is a stock Exhaust. Check out my intake video.
Apex Apex'i N1 Universal Muffler on Chevy Aveo 1.6L
I bought this N1 universal due to seeing tons of Exhaust system and muffler replacement videos right here on youtube. I never saw one specifically on a Chevy Aveo, but I had seen demos on other small 4 cylinder cars. I liked what I heard out of the Apex N1 muffler the best so I went ahead and bought one. This is the 90mm or 3.5 inch version and everything else from the muffler forward to the block is still stock. This muffler is nice and deep and installed as a rear muffler replacement. The noise level in the car is quite minimal, but more than stock since these cars have almost NO Exhaust noise from the factory. At idle or on the open road or at cruising RPM you don't really notice much of a cabin difference over stock unless you are really stepping on it. I have heard however if you strip out all of your resonators and converters it can be very loud. The tone you hear on the video is pretty accurate to what you hear in person. I would SERIOUSLY DOUBT that a cop would ever pull you over specifically for this muffler unless you REALLY lay into it right when you are passing one. Even then I doubt he'd have a leg to stand on since any "illegal" Mustang with no converters and an X pipe is probably twice as loud... or ANY HARLEY DAVIDSON is about 3-4 times as loud and way more harsh than the Apex. Word to the wise.. if for some reason you do get pulled over for a moving violation of some sort.. turn the car off before the cop gets to your car... no sense in giving him a reason to mention something about your Exhaust tone. :)
Chevy Aveo 1.6L CAI Short Ram Cone Intake system
Here is an intake I bought off E-bay. It is a "chromeintakes" brand intake. They make them in batches per your car specs. It took about 2 weeks to get, but was well worth it. Between the CAI and my Apexi N1 Muffler I gained horsepower, throttle response, and SERIOUSLY have gained 2-4 MPG compared to PRE intake and Exhaust mods. I saw almost 34mpg on mixed city/highway driving just a couple of weeks ago. Previously I would rarely see 31mpg with similar driving. I just rolled over 50k on it and it's running better than ever.
mustang gt vs chevy aveo
A crappy rental car 2011 chevy ave vs my friend's 2005 Mustang gt with bbk headers, k&n intake, flowmasters 40s/X pipe and a powerflash tuner. Close race
Chevrolet Aveo LT SS
Carsanook.com tests the brand new Chevrolet Aveo LT SS - an affordable, but still sporty car. Welll equipped, suited for both the family and the young urbanites.
Se puede ver el Intake asi como el heder Ltec traido de belgica
2005 Chevrolet Aveo LS
Wheels: Stock for now, 17s on its way!!
Intake: Chrome Intakes: Ebay
Spark Plugs: NGK Iridium
Spark Plug Wires: Magnecor KV85
Seat Covers: Ebay
Seat Belt Pad: Ebay
Steering Wheel Cover: Ebay
Audio: Deck, Speakers, Amp, Subs: Sony Xplod
Exhaust: Magnaflow with NO resonators
Lamborghini Veneno LOUD Exhaust Sound! - 2x Start and Moving
I have filmed the ultra rare €3.0m Lamborghini Veneno LP750! Video includes two cold start ups of the 6.5L V12 engine from the inside and outside as well as gentle revs, this car is freaking loud even at idle! I have filmed the moment of the car being unloaded and then loaded again, it really does a great noise while getting inside the truck! If you don't know, the Veneno is based on the Aventador LP700-4 but it's 125kg lighter and with 50hp more.
Technical data - 2013 Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4
Engine - 6.5L V12 with 750hp
Performance - 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) acceleration in 2.8s, top speed 355km/h (220mph)
Curb weight - 1,450 kg
Price - €3.0m + VAT and limited to 3 units
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How Flowmaster Mufflers Work
Flowmaster demonstrates how its straight-through and chambered mufflers work. This video includes animated illustrations to show the sound-deadening principles behind its chambered (baffled) mufflers with delta design as well as its glasspack (straight-through) Exhaust mufflers. http://www.summitracing.com/redirect?banner=SocialYT449